Posts Tagged ‘training’

Trivantis, the Creator of Lectora, Makes the 2019 Training Industry Top 20 Authoring Tools Company List for the Fourth Year in a Row

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla., Feb. 12, 2019 — Trivantis, the creator of its flagship authoring tool, Lectora, has been named to Training Industry’s 2019 Top 20™ Authoring Tools Company List, marking its fourth consecutive year to receive this annual list recognition. Training Industry, the leading research and information resource for corporate learning leaders, made its top authoring tools selection…

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Need an Extra “Advantage” in Lectora?

Lectora Roadtrip

Professional development and training is always a great topic to cover with your supervisor. They know you’re interested in advancing your skills while you get the benefits of participating with a best in class training opportunity. Interactive Advantage offers training classes throughout the year to ensure Lectora users are as well versed in the product…

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Realties360 Conference 2018 Recap

Last week, Team Trivantis® headed down to San Jose, California, for the 2018 Realities360 Conference. It was an exciting conference packed with great presentations, including keynote speaker Jaron Lanier, a virtual reality pioneer, and others. The conference ran from Tuesday, June 26th to Thursday, June 28th with Trivantis set up at booth #302. Left to…

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Thursday’s Trending e-Learning Topic: Engaging Training

The trending e-Learning topic this Thursday is all about creating engaging training courses. If your e-Learning course isn’t engaging, then your learners probably aren’t going to complete it or ace your post-training quiz or give your course a good rating—and you know that’s bad news. Here are a few articles on how to make your…

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How to Market Your Online Training

We know you’re already designing amazing e-Learning courses with Lectora® e-Learning software. But are those courses getting the attention they deserve? Sometimes it’s up to you to market your course and generate the support and participation your project deserves. Implementing successful marketing strategies for your e-Learning can cement your role as a valued business partner.…

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Creativity and Innovation in Training

Our recent Lectora® Unscripted session on Ideas and Innovation in Training was so popular that we decided to delve a little deeper into some of the resources that Simon Birt and Lee Kitchen shared. Lee Kitchen of The Walt Disney Company talked about how he trains Disney employees to think of creative ways to improve…

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Persuasive e-Learning: How to Win Over Your Learners

Convincing your learners they want to take your e-Learning course is an art, much like the art of persuasion. There’s a lot we can learn from studying persuasion skills and techniques. In the article “The 21 Principles of Persuasion,” Forbes lists 21 lessons on persuading people. Many of these lessons can be applied to persuading…

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Compliance Training Doesn’t Have to Be Boring

Did you know that mandatory compliance training doesn’t have to be boring? It’s true—you CAN create cool, engaging and even fun, compliance training. And I have proof! Creative Video In this Fast Company article, How to Make Corporate Training Rock, the writers share an example of a chief compliance officer’s inspired idea to create a…

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All About Andragogy: Adult Learning Theory

When you’re designing e-Learning for adults, you want to make the whole learning experience fit their needs. The Adult Learning Theory—also known as andragogy—is perfect for this. Malcolm Knowles popularized the concept of andragogy in his book The Modern Practice of Adult Education: From Pedagogy to Andragogy. According to Knowles, andragogy has 4 basic assumptions…

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5 Ways to Win the e-Learning Race Against Time

There’s an ongoing race against time for e-Learning developers. Wouldn’t you like to win that race? You’re about to learn 5 strategies that can help you create courses quickly—and declare victory!  Try these 5 strategies to win the e-Learning race against time:  1. Narrow your focus.  Sometimes people want to use training to solve a…

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